Enzo and the Fourth of July Races

Enzo and the Fourth of July Races
In the newest addition to the Enzo picture book series, Enzo and the Fourth of July Races, Garth captures the excitement of the Fourth of July and the thrill of a car race as Enzo, Zoë, and Denny team up for the biggest race of the year.
For Enzo, the Fourth of July means three things: fireworks, family, and car races! This year Zoë is finally old enough to compete in the Kids’ Kart Challenge. But when one of the boys at the track says that girls aren’t fast drivers, Zoë gets nervous and backs out of the race. Enzo knows it’s up to him to help his family regain the confidence to compete on the big day.

Written by Garth Stein | Illustrated by R.W. Alley | ISBN 9780062380593


Teaching Guide

Reading, writing and math exercises on one side, crossword and word search puzzles on the other.

Enzo and the Fourth of July Races Teaching Guide

 

Reading & Discussion Guide

This guide will help to facilitate discussion around important learning themes presented in Enzo and the Fourth of July Races, encourage critical thought, and enrich young readers’ Enzo experience:

Enzo and the Fourth of July Races Reading and Discussion Guide


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